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The practice of perspective, or, An easy method of representing natural objects according to the rules of art : applied and exemplified in all the variety of cases, as landskapes, gardens, buildings of divers kinds, their appendages, parts, and furniture : with rules for the proportion and position of figures both in draught and relievo : also the manner of conducting the shadows, produced either by natural or artificial luminaries, and practical methods of drawing after nature, when the process of rules are not understood : a work highly necessary for painters, engravers, architects, embroiderers, statuaries, jewellers, tapestry-workers, and others concerned in designing : the whole illustrated with 150 copper-plates

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